Health and fitness can be frustrating, so it's time to define what it means to be a "real" woman and why there's no wrong way to have a body.
Love yourself first over anything or anyone.
Real women ♡
This woman *perfectly* illustrates how we don't know what "real bodies" look…
Gorgeous Katie Halchishick – co-founder of Healthy is the New Skinny and the Perfectly Unperfected Project – holds a Barbie doll in the November issue of O. Dotted lines indicate what would have to be cut away in order for her to have Barbie’s body. Curves is the real beauty.
As I support that women can have whatever body they are comfortable in, so do guys!
Learn to love yourself and, eventually, you can truly love [and respect] others...in my opinion...
Strive to go above and beyond society's shallow views. Don't conform- be you! Skinny, fat, short, tall, none of it matters.
I have a lot more respect for her from this perspective
The Love Your Lines Instagram account was started by two mothers who wanted to share and celebrate the stories of real women’s stretch marks. | The "Love Your Lines" Project Promotes Body Positivity One Stretch Mark At A Time- By capturing stretch marks, the Love Your Lines project hopes to encourage women and men to embrace the “imperfections” in our bodies.